USD campus, Old Main and Legacy

Individual Campus Visits

When: Monday - Friday

Personalized visits typically last 90 minutes and include a campus tour and a meeting with an admissions counselor. These visits and/or specialized appointments may not be available on holidays and during special visit programs.

For the best possible campus visit experience, please schedule visits seven days in advance.  

Printable parking map. (Lot 18 for campus visitors)

Please Note: Because of the winter holidays, personalized visits are available on a limited basis (9:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.) between Dec. 6 and Jan. 5.  Faculty appointments are not available during this time. 

Sign up for an Individual Campus Visit

Visitors to USD tour campus in the Charlie Cart

Group Visits

When: Monday - Friday (Check for availability)

Group visits are available for groups of five or more students as part of of a class trip or other educational programs. Visits may include a session with an admission counselor, campus tour with other optional sessions available including gross anatomy lab tour, student panel, academic informational sessions and tours of the National Music Museum. If you would like to make a reservation for an individual family, or have a group smaller than five, please use our individual visit form.

Schedule your Group Visit

Students walking on campus at U S D

Virtual Tour

It's almost as good as the real thing. Well...almost. Enjoy a virtual version of our campus tour from the comfort of your phone or computer screen.

USD Virtual Tour


Diversity & Inclusiveness Points of Interest

The University of South Dakota is committed to becoming a regional leader in diversity and inclusiveness initiatives. Explore the diversity of our community through various landmarks and locations significant to our inclusive history.

  • Sculpture Walk

    View the works of USD students and artists from across the nation as you tour the campus and Vermillion community on our Sculpture Walk.

    Visitor Parking

    Parking permits are required for visitors who do not park in designated visitor parking lots. Visitor parking is enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visitor permits can be obtained at the University Police Department.

    Temporary parking permits are available from the University Police Department if you will be parking your vehicle on campus for a short period of time.

    Visitors to the Admissions Office are invited to park in the parking lot next to the National Music Museum (Intersection of Clark and Yale) in designated parking spaces.

    Campus Map

    Parking Map (pdf)

    Parking Rules and Regulations